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Spring 2002
ISSN 0890-913X
Volume 17, Number 2

Student Attitudes Towards the Market System : An Inquiry and Analysis

Charles H. Breeden, Marquette University
Noreen E. Lephardt, Marquette University
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StudentAttitudesTowardstheMarketSystem:AnInquiryandAnalysisCharlesH.BreedenMarquetteUniversityNoreenE.LephardtMarquetteUniversityItiscommonknowledgethatindividualsholdsignificantlydifferentattitudesandbeliefsconcerningthelegitimacyofmarketendeavors.Socialphilosophershaveobservedattitudesthatrangefromthosewhobelievethatprofit-seekingmarketactivityismorallydefensibleandreligiouslyredemptive(Weber,Harrison,Sowell)tobetheobservationthatcertaingroupsbelievethateventhesimplestformofmiddlemanactivityiscorrupt.Inanattempttounderstandandpredictthedifferentialsineconomicgrowthbetweencountries,therehasalsobeenafocusonhumancapitalvariables,suchaseducationandnativeintellect.Inrecentyearstherehasbeenanexpansioninto>socialcapital=attributes,suchastrustandbeliefin
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